What do beauty and biofeedback have in common?

Maintaining a glowing, healthy-looking skin is anyone’s dream. While anti-aging products continue to sell like hot buns, new technologies promising to preserve youthful skin are emerging every day. But how effective are these innovative solutions compared to the traditional serums and creams? Very effective, Andreea Taflan found out in her latest interview with Adrienne Feller of Adrienne Feller Cosmetics and neurologist Dr. Márta Simon 

Andreea Taflan: Some say we are only as old as we feel. Do you agree?

Adrienne Feller:  I would say I agree, because I believe everything around us is energy. Over time, we lose our spiritual elasticity, and the skin acts as a mirror. Youth, then, can be preserved by maintaining both our physical and mental balance. In my experience, biofeedback therapy is a great tool to find and maintain that balance.

Andreea Taflan: Can biofeedback act as a natural beauty booster?

Dr. Simon: A microcurrent is an electric current delivered at a rate of 1 microampere. This is a very low level, so the client feels perfectly comfortable. The method is completely harmless and extremely beneficial for the skin, boosting blood circulation and collagen production. The current also helps heal damaged tissue and remove toxins. Ultimately, microcurrents can resurface the skin, filling wrinkles and lifting it by stimulating cell growth. 

 

Adrienne Feller: Non-invasive anti-aging treatments like biofeedback therapy are becoming increasingly popular. Essentially, a microcurrent activates the skin’s regeneration processes, achieving a natural anti-aging effect. So, yes, microcurrents indeed offer tremendous added value compared to their mainstream counterparts which often involve chemicals. I was glad to discover that, combined with biofeedback therapy, my line of natural cosmetics performed better than ever. 

Andreea Taflan: Can microcurrent help wrinkles to fade?

Dr. Simon: I certainly believe so. Recently, I conducted a study on the use of microcurrents in combination with Adrienne Feller’s natural cosmetics. We observed a group of women between the ages of 35 and 67 with various skin types. The results were astounding. 

 

Adrienne Feller: I too was stunned by that study, to say the least. By the end of the trial, subjects with moderate wrinkles saw an average of 26% improvement, and women with more severe facial lines noticed at least 20% improvement. So, yes, I believe it is safe to say that microcurrent and biofeedback in particular, especially when combined with natural cosmetics, can lead to far superior results compared to mainstream beauty treatments. 

About Dr. Márta Simon 

Dr. Márta Simon is a Neurologist, Somnology Expert and Health Coach. She lives in Budapest, Hungary, where she runs her own Biofeedback and Natural Beauty Clinic. 

About Andrienne Fellen 

Adrienne Feller is the founder and CEO of the Hungarian beauty brand Adrienne Feller Cosmetics. Based on a recipe that has been in her family for generations, her products are made of seven Hungarian medicinal herbs that improve skin elasticity and help attain a youthful appearance.   

About Andreea Taflan 

Andreea Taflan is the CEO and a co-founder of QX World. She studied Business Management and Marketing and has a master’s degree in Public Relations and Communications. In 2005, Andreea was appointed the right hand of the original developer of biofeedback technology and since 2012 she has taken the lead in further developing the technology. Currently, she leads both the software and hardware department at QX World and is considered one of the top experts in the field of biofeedback. 

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